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Atlanta is Awarded Super Bowl LIII Following Deal's Veto of Anti-Gay Bill

By John Riley | May 29
Atlanta is being richly rewarded with the chance to host a Super Bowl following a skirmish earlier this year over a bill that was being pushed by some lawmakers in the Georgia legislature.

Spanish Water Polo Player Comes Out Ahead of Rio Olympics

May 27
A member of the Spanish national water polo team came out as gay ahead of the Rio Olympics this summer.

Westboro Baptist Church to Protest Indy 500 and Blake Shelton

May 25
Who's to blame for raging wild fires, random shootings, the Zika virus and more tragedies? According to the Westboro Baptist Church, it's high-speed motor racing and country music star Blake Shelton.

Padres Under Fire For Mishandling Gay Chorus' Anthem

May 23
The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus is criticizing the San Diego Padres for mishandling the group's scheduled performance of the national anthem.

Tampa Bay Rays Got Pride

By John McDonald | May 14
LGBT baseball fans in West-Central Florida have a chance to show their support next month for the Tampa Bay Rays.

5th Annual Drag Queen World Series Benefits Life Group LA

By EDGE | May 11
On Saturday, May 14, defending champions The West Hollywood Cheerleaders return to defend their title from The LA Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence in the 5th Annual Drag Queen World Series a fun filled, comedic and antic full game.

Tom Brady's $200 Cookbook a Quick Seller

May 10
It looks like a $200 price tag couldn't keep Tom Brady's fans from gobbling up the Patriots quarterback's new cookbook.

Column: NASCAR Needs to Take Stand on North Carolina's Law

By Jenny Fryer | May 10
Pat McCrory likes to spin a tale meant to illustrate his love for high octane and burned rubber.

Despite Anti-LGBT Comments, Boxer Pacquaio Jumps to 3rd in Senate Race

May 6
Boxer Manny Pacquiao may have lost a valuable Nike endorsement deal over anti-LGBT remarks he made earlier this year, but they may end up earning him a seat in his country's Senate.

Sidelined: LGBT Laws, NCAA Policy Could Keep Teams at Home

By Joedy McCreary | May 5
Teams could pull out of scheduled NCAA events this spring because of new state laws in North Carolina, Mississippi and Tennessee while the sport's governing body's demands for discrimination-free environments.

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